Melania Trump Just Did Something AMAZING For a Parkland Shooting Survivor That the Media Does NOT Want You To See


The liberal media has desperately been trying to brainwash students into thinking that President Trump is the enemy. Most of Liberty Slatethese young naive kids are falling for it, but there are a few out there who actually want to solve the REAL problems when it comes to school shootings (not just banning guns). Kyle Kashuv is one of those students.

Kyle is a survivor of  the Valentines Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. This week, First Lady Melania Trump invited him to the White House to speak with her one on one about helping students stay safe.

Kyle thought that it was just going to be a meeting with the First Lady, but Mrs. Trump decided to surprise him and took  Kyle into the Oval office to meet the President!

Melania posted a video and pictures on Twitter, and Kyle responded by tweeting a message about how honored he was to meet our President and First Lady, calling them “true patriots”.

Kyle also thanked Kellyanne Conway for setting up the meeting and told her that he owed her the world.

Of course, Kyle was attacked for his meeting on Twitter. In one post, Kyle explains to a critic how genuine the President and First Lady are, and how they were not using him to push any type of agenda. He even expressed hope that Melania Trump would become his mentor.

The last thing the liberal media wants the public to see is President Trump caring enough to take time out of his busy schedule to meet with a shooting survivor. It would destroy their efforts to turn America’s youth against him.

If these young kids saw President Trump for who he really is, a caring good-hearted leader who wants to protect our kids like they are his own, the left’s attempt to divide us would completely fail.

It’s up to us to share this and show the world who President Trump really is!

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